Country Music News from CMT
September 17th
Blake Shelton returns to his red swivel chair on Monday (Sept. 22) when the seventh season of The Voice kicks off, but the rest of the coaching section will look a bit different this year.
September 17th
Brooke Hester changed everything for Miranda Lambert.
September 17th
Blake and Babs? Oh, it happened. Blake Shelton and Barbra Streisand have joined forces for Partners, her new duets album.
September 17th
There's a story going around this week about how Tim McGraw forgot the words to one of his songs.
September 17th
Those poor, poor concertgoers at Cosmopolitan magazine. They recently put together a list of the problems they always endure at live shows.
September 16th
Obviously, you need to be great at what you do. Like Miranda Lambert is.
September 16th
Tim McGraw's latest project, Sundown Heaven Town, came out Tuesday (Sept. 16) following several months of previewing the new music to fans on tour.
September 16th
CMT is heading back to the bayou this fall to catch up with familiar Swamp Pawn friends in Bayou Pigeon and join the journey of Swamp Hunters in Honey Island Swamp, Louisiana.
September 16th
Cross this one off his bucket list. Jerrod Niemann can now tell his future children, "Yes, daddy headlined the world-famous Ryman Auditorium."
September 16th
This is how Luke Bryan's 2013 win as the ACM's entertainer of the year stands out in his mind.
September 16th
"Drunk on a Plane" is Dierks Bentley's 12th No. 1 song. Or, as he explained it to me, his 12-pack is now complete.
September 15th
Tim McGraw gathered family, friends and some of country music's biggest power players together Sunday night (Sept. 14) in Franklin, Tennessee, to preview his brand new album, Sundown Heaven Town.
September 15th
Darius Rucker will release his first Christmas album, featuring two new original songs, on Oct. 27. The project will be titled Home for the Holidays.
September 15th
Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton and Keith Urban have been confirmed as performers for the 48th annual CMA Awards, taking place Nov. 5 in Nashville.
September 15th
When Garth Brooks took the stage for his final Chicago show on Sunday night (Sept. 14), there was one more rookie in his backing band.